Regional Sales Manager
For 12 years, Kenny worked in a position of responsibility as Regional Manager for a prominent manufacturer in the controls and humidification business. Kenny acquired a variety of skill sets, working as a field service technician and software engineering for the OEM market. There, he learned the many intricacies of different types of HVAC applications and equipment. This transitioned into a regional sales manager role in the HVAC market where he began working with reps, engineers, contractors, and building owners. Kenny now works as Regional Sales Manager for Güntner, concentrating on selling water and energy efficient dry cooler and condensers.
HVAC cooling equipment's demand on water usage and cost of water is something that is now on the forefront of many people’s minds. By using a hybrid adiabatic cooler, you get the simplicity of a dry cooler, but also the added benefit of adiabatic cooling. This will allow you to get fluid temperatures similar to that of a cooling tower, but using 60% to 90% less water. By using a once through system (not recirculating unused water,) you now have eliminated the need to water treatment and also do not have the hygienic concerns of systems that use basin's to collect and recirculate water. The presentation will educate on what adiabatic cooling is, how we utilize it to get lower entering air temperatures, and how the technology save water and energy when compared to standard dry coolers and cooling towers.